Skills Checklist – Cath Lab

Skills Checklist - Cath Lab

  • RarelySome ExperienceProficientTrainer / PreceptorN/A
    Obtain & Interpret 12 Lead EKG
    Defibrillation/Cardioversion
    Interpretation of Arrhythmias
  • RarelySome ExperienceProficientTrainer / PreceptorN/A
    Record LHC/RHC
    Record Aortic/Mitral Valve Cases
    Record EP/Ablation Cases
    Record Perm. Pacemaker Insertions
  • RarelySome ExperienceProficientTrainer / PreceptorN/A
    LHC/RHC
    PCI (Interventional)
    EP/Ablatins
    Permanent Pacemaker Insertions
    IABP Insertions
    Place Leads & Pads for Cardiac Mapping
  • RarelySome ExperienceProficientTrainer / PreceptorN/A
    LHC/RHC.
    PCI (Interventional).
    EP/Ablatins.
    Permanent Pacemaker Insertions.
    IABP Insertions.
    Knowledge of/practice Radiation Safety
    Check and Mark Distal Pulses
    Perform Allen Test
  • RarelySome ExperienceProficientTrainer / PreceptorN/A
    Antiarrthymics
    Antibiotics
    Atropine
    Anticoagulants
    Beta Blockers
    Conscious Sedation
    Sedation Reversal Agents
    Emergency Medications
  • RarelySome ExperienceProficientTrainer / PreceptorN/A
    Airway Management
    Ventilator Management
    O2 Therapy & Delivery Systems
    Pulse Oximetry
    ABG Interpretation
  • RarelySome ExperienceProficientTrainer / PreceptorN/A
    - Vital Signs
    - EKG
    - Level of Consciousness
    - Insertion Site
    - Distal Pulses
    Use of Aldrete Sedation Recovery Scale
    Maintain A/V Sheaths in Place
  • RarelySome ExperienceProficientTrainer / PreceptorN/A
    - Arterial Sheaths to Pressure & Monitor
    - Swan Ganz via Venous Sheath to Monitor
    Obtain & Monitor ACT
    Removal of AV Sheaths
    Manual Pressure Hold
  • RarelySome ExperienceProficientTrainer / PreceptorN/A
    Clamp Hold
    Radial Hermoband
  • RarelySome ExperienceProficientTrainer / PreceptorN/A
    - Application
    - Monitoring
    Sterile Pressure Dressing Application
    Maintain IABP
    Maintain Temporary Pacemaker
    Crash Cart Use
    Suction
    O2 Administration
    Emergency Meds
    Education of Patients/Family
  • RarelySome ExperienceProficientTrainer / PreceptorN/A
    Hemachron
    Medication Dispensing Systems
    ABG Analysis Machines
    ACT Machine
    PTCA Balloons
    Stents
    Athrectomy
    Laser
    Power Injectors
    Doppler
    Computer Charting Systems
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  • RarelySome ExperienceProficientTrainer / PreceptorN/A
    Newborn (birth - 30 days)
    Infant (30 days - 1 year)
    Toddler (1 - 3 years)
    Preschooler (3 - 5 years)
    School Age (5 - 12 years)
    Adolescents (12 - 18 years)
    Young Adults (18 - 39 years)
    Middle Adults (39-64 years)
    Older Adults (64+ years)
  • MM slash DD slash YYYY
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